PREVIOUS DESIGNATIONS Miscellaneous Sculpture 7 (Morley 1944b); T-31 (Morley 1944a, p. 71).
LOCATION Noticed by Blom in 1928, who simply mentioned the fact that it was found lying face-down (1929, p. 165). As first recorded by Thompson and Morley, it lay against the middle of the west side of Ball Court 1 (Structures H6-2 and -3), close to the tenon of Monument 67. Later it was moved to the plaza, where it remains.
CONDITION When found, the tablet was intact except for the loss of both upper corners. In recent years the tablet has been broken in three, with the upper-left fragment apparently lost. It is moderately eroded, with some loss of detail in text.
SHAPE A panel constituting the lower element of a two-part composite sculpture, with Monument 67 forming the upper element. Most of the panel is flat and carved in low relief, with a portion in ahnost full relief at the top. Front and sides are well finished. For general arrangement of such composite sculptures, see drawing under Monument 39 on pages 6:86, 87.
DRAWING Graham, based on a field drawing corrected by artificial light.